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e-waste collection 2012 photosImages from second annual TMC E-Waste Collection in April, 2013

The Third Annual Texas Medical Center E-Waste Collection will be held on Saturday, April 12, 2014 in the TMC South Extension Lot at 1522 S. Braeswood Blvd. (see map) and on Monday, April 14, 2014 in the parking lot of the John P. McGovern Museum of Health and Medical Science at 1515 Herman Drive (see map).
see list of items acceptable for collection

Last year this project of the TMC Sustainability Advisory Council collected 38,406 lbs. of e-waste for recycling. The items collected included retired computer and network equipment, electronic components, batteries, office equipment and small home appliances.

Please help us spread the word about the Third Annual Texas Medical Center E-Waste Collection and bring your e-waste to one of our designated collection locations.
download and share our e-waste collection flyer

For information regarding responsible disposal of e-waste using R2 certified and e-Stewards recyclers, see our Sustainability Resources page.





The TMC Sustainability Advisory Council is one of the 21 advisory councils that have been formed over the years to address important issues in the Texas Medical Center. We evolved from the Houston Medical Center Recycling Collaborative, which grew out of a recycling initiative that began several years ago at Baylor College of Medicine. Our mission is to support the sustainability policy of each member institution, and facilitate a systematic process to identify sustainability opportunities, share best practices and serve as a coordinating body in the execution of TMC-wide sustainability initiatives. As the world’s largest medical center, the TMC has a population of students, health care professionals and other workers totaling more than 100,000 – about the same size as Berkeley, Calif.; Cambridge, Mass.; or Norman, Okla. To provide the broadest array of sustainability services to the medical center, the advisory council has four active work groups - Earth Day, Best Practices, Measurement and Outreach.
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